Managedcare & ReGen Rehabilitation International Signs MoU – Providing Greater Accessibility to Care

Managedcare & ReGen Rehabilitation International Signs MoU – Providing Greater Accessibility to Care


Kuala Lumpur, 15 August 2017:- In a joint initiative to provide members of the public with greater accessibility to care, Aged Care Group’s wholly owned subsidiary Managedcare Sdn Bhd (“Managedcare”) signed a Memorandum of Understanding today with ReGen Rehabilitation International Sdn Bhd (“ReGen Rehabilitation International”).

The MOU is a cooperative endeavour to achieve specific objectives that enables public to easily find the appropriate care services they may require and offering greater outreach to those needing care.

The collaboration firstly is to increase accessibility of services such as rehabilitation, care administration and other various care services through mutual referrals of relevant services and products of both Parties. Secondly, is to grant exposure and increase accessibility to a wide range of care products and services. Thirdly, is to provide patients and their caregivers with choices on the continuity of care. Last but not least, for respective parties to leverage on opportunities to develop and manage rehabilitation through the provision of step-down care facilities.

Signing the MoU on behalf of ReGen Rehabilitation International is its Chief Executive Officer, Ms Sue Lee Tsui Ling, and Dr Carol Yip representing Managedcare. The witnesses for the signing are Dato’ Frank Choo Chuo Siong J.P, Managing Director of Managedcare and David Smith, VP Clinical Services from Select Medical International.

This collaboration between Managedcare and ReGen Rehabilitation International came forth from their respective mission that complemented each other. With the vision to meet the growing demand for care at a price, quality and locality that is sustainable for different income levels, synchronising both companies’ aspirations to provide world-class rehabilitation care to patients who have suffered from debilitating injury or illness so they may live an independent, high-quality of life.

 


 

 

Managedcare Sdn. Bhd.

Managedcare is in the business of coordinating a variety of healthcare and long-term care services as well as the administration of these services to achieve optimum value in terms of quality and affordability. We bring to market products and services that ease the provision and access to care, giving you the peace of mind you deserve. Managedcare is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Aged Care Group Sdn Bhd.

For more information, please visit www.managedcare.com.my

 

ReGen Rehabilitation International Sdn Bhd

ReGen Rehabilitation International (ReGen) is a private, specialty hospital company dedicated to the provision of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation medicine. ReGen was formed in order to advance the development of rehabilitation medicine and bring dedicated, high-quality rehabilitation care to patients in Malaysia and the ASEAN region. To achieve this, ReGen is committed to build and operate rehabilitation facilities with the first facility to be located in Petaling Jaya and to be open next year.

ReGen is a joint venture between Khazanah Nasional Berhad, the strategic investment fund of the Government of Malaysia, and Select Medical International (NYSE:SEM), one of America’s leading rehabilitation hospital companies.

Select Medical owns and operates the internationally-acclaimed Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation outside of New York City, as well as rehabilitation hospitals in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic, Cedars-Sinai, UCLA, Emory University, Baylor Scott and White Health and other renown medical and academic leaders.

For more information, please visit www.regen.rehab

 


 

For media assistance, please contact:

 

Managedcare Sdn Bhd

Corporate Affairs

Tel: 03-2142 7166

Website: www.managedcare.com.my

 

ReGen Rehabilitation International Sdn Bhd

Tel: 03-7959-1588

Website: www.regen.rehab

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